Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pay the total amount due for Real Estate at the first half June deadline date?

We will not know the Real Estate Tax due until the Board of Supervisors sets the levy each year.  Once the Real Estate Tax levy is set you may pay the total amount by the June due date if you want.  Before the levy is set if you want to pre-pay real estate tax we suggest paying up to the amount that was due the previous year.

I have received a First Half Real Estate Ticket,  do I owe it?

Yes, the Board of Supervisors voted on February 24, 2020, to go to twice-a-year billing on Real Estate Tax. The First Half is due June 20th and the Second Half is due December 5th.

My bank/escrow is supposed to pay my Real Estate Tax, will they pay the First Half and Second Half?

Taxpayers receive a copy of the Real Estate Tickets for their records. A taxpayer will no longer receive a notice on their tickets that an account is to be paid by escrow, due to the time frame for Twice A Year billing.  Real Estate Tax information is sent to the Escrow companies if requested.  Banks and Escrow Companies can go online and obtain the tax amounts due.  If your tax is to be paid by an Escrow Company and you have concerns please contact your Banking Institution.  

On my Personal Property Tax is a car listed I don't own any longer, what should I do?

If you have sold that vehicle and/or bought another. You will need to contact the Commissioner of Revenue's office. 

How do I change my address on my tax tickets?

Contact the Commissioner of the Revenues office, 276.730.3080 , to update your records.

Who do I contact about the value listed for my car?

Contact the Commissioner of the Revenues office, 276.730.3080 .

I sold real estate and received a tax bill for it.

Taxes are usually taken care of at the time of sale. Taxes are a matter between the Seller and Buyer. You may contact the Attorney/Company that handled the sale of the property.